Seattle Police say they've identified four suspects involved in drive-by shootings in South Seattle on New Year's Eve. The update was given at a south-end community meeting Wednesday night.
Police say the shootings were prompted by a feud between rival gangs and that they have arrest warrants out for the shooters. Officials say the investigation is ongoing.
Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole says the department will increase patrols in South Seattle over the weekend.